TPCC chief A Revanth Reddy slams CM KCR

Hyderabad, Aug.3 (Maxim News): Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) Chief A. Revanth Reddy today slammed the Chief Minister of the State KCR and alleged that KCR had a secret understanding with rival BJP.

He also alleged that both ruling TRS and opposition BJP were the two sides of the same coin. He said that KCR had once again proved that he was a supporter of Prime Minister Narendra Modi by skipping the meeting of all opposition political parties convened by congress party leader Rahul Gandhi. Referring to a personal meeting of the TRS party Rajya Sabha MP J. Santosh Kumar with the Prime Minister Modi, he demanded CM KCR to reveal the main reason behind the secret meeting while wondering if the CM is aware of the meeting. He alleged that the ruling TRS party MPs did not raise any single issue related to the state during the last 15 days of the Parliament session.

He alleged that the CM was trying to be loyal to Modi as he wanted to escape from the economic scams committed by him. He said that they would launch a fight against the anti Dalit and tribal policies of KCR from August 9 along with the senior leaders of the party. He alleged that the pro-Modi policies of the CM was causing an irreparable loss to Telangana state.

Referring to the proposed padayatra of state BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar from August 9 of this month, he alleged that the padayatra was postponed due to the intervention of Union Minister G. Kishan Reddy. He also alleged that Kishan Reddy got the padayatra Postponed with the help of the PM and added that PM Modi had asked Bandi Sanjay to postpone the Yatra to a future date.

Commenting on the nomination of TRS leader P. Kaushik Reddy to the post of MLC by the state cabinet recently, he mocked that Kaushik reddy was nominated under the covert quota by the ruling TRS party while noting that none of the BJP leaders commented on the issue so far. (Maxim News)

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